Short Cuts for Fall

There's no better time than Fall to rock a cropped cut. A short look will give you the freedom to throw on your sweaters, scarves, and jackets with less effort and bulk than with long locks.

SHORT STYLES TO SUIT YOUR FACE SHAPE:  

OBLONG:

   Your face shape has an even width throughout. The main thing to be aware of is that your strong suit is that your face is long and slender.

    Having said that, accentuating these attributes can look uneven and odd. As a result…Choose a hair cut, which doesn’t give height to your face. A clean, simple look like Charlize's will do the trick.          

 Also, Bangs are great on you, so go for it! 

 

 

ROUND:

 

Your face shape makes you naturally approachable and friendly. The soft curve of your face becomes more balanced with edgy, angular styles.  Ginnifer Goodwin’s rock n’ roll cut gives her that perfect edge that takes her from girl next door look to bad bitch glam.

DIAMOND: The widest part of your face is across your cheeks, so to balance your shape, choose a cut that falls mainly above or below the widest point like Rihanna’s bob. This blunt, fresh cut hits right below her cheeks and compliments her superbly. 

 

 

HEART:

 

The most noticeable feature of your face is that your chin is significantly slimmer that the rest of your face. For you, slightly off or to the shoulder cuts will help to balance the leaner width of your chin when compared to cheeks, eyes, and forehead. Reese Witherspoon, who has the epitome of a heart-shaped face, curbs the strong contrast by adding sweeping side-bangs (to cover a wider forehead)  and soft waves (to add volume).

 

 

 

 

 

SQUARE:

 

Although your face is even, you are all angles. Which means! Softening your look is important to look friendly and approachable. To do this, choose soft waves, soft cuts, and layering.

Giada de Laurentiis has a very pronounced square face, thus she uses gentle, feminine curls to create warmth and connection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRIANGLE:

 

To balance the width of your chin with your narrow forehead, it’s important to create volume around the cheekbones, eyes, and forehead.

Straight bangs are also great for you, because they add fullness to the forehead.